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Journalism education in Australia, as it seems in New Zealand, finds itself between a rock and a hard place. On the one hand universities find themselves under pessure to provide courses that meet industry demands and enhance job success rates; on...
'Ask people in the relevant field, ask your mother, ask your mother's friends! You never know what leads you may find simply by throwing a few theories around. Then chase them up and keep chasing them up until you find the person who is holding the...
'We would all love to earn more. But taking the economic and political situation into account, I believe a number of journalists have proved that through hard work, dedication and a high degree of professionalism they can make a successful career...
Pacific Journalism must be able to thrive in an environment which allows debate and discussion, such as through a Press Club where speakers are invited and issues can be discussed off the record. A robust discussion sometimes frees up the logjams in...
Abby Yadi once had his name written on a bullet after taking an inside photograph of a Defence Force helicopter which was published on the front page of the Post-Courier. His family was also threatened during the Bougainville Crisis. 
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